Ish Kumar Jain

Ish Kumar Jain

PhD Student
Electrical Engineering
UC San Diego

About Me

I am a third year PhD candidate with Prof. Dinesh Bharadia at UCSD. I design and implement novel algorithms for wireless communication and sensing with a focus on millimeter-wave system, vehicular communication, and virtual reality. We built a mmWave testbed at 28 GHz to evaluate and address user mobility challenges at these frequencies. Apart from research, I enjoy working with student organizations, organize campus-wide events and often visit nearby hiking trails. Please feel free to explore my webpage and connect with me.

Research Projects


project name mMobile

mMobile: Building a mmWave Testbed to Evaluate and Address Mobility Effects [mmNets'20]

We built a custom 5G NR compliant mmWave testbed at 28 GHz to evaluate beam management algorithms. We describe the architecture and challenges in building such a testbed. We then create a novel, low-complexity beam tracking algorithm by exploiting the 5G NR waveform structure and evaluate its performance on the testbed. The algorithm can sustain almost twice the average throughput compared to the baseline.

Collaborators: Raghav Subbaraman, Tejas Harekrishna Sadarahalli, Xiangwei Shao, Hou-Wei Lin, Dinesh Bharadia

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project name LocAP

LocAP: Autonomous Millimeter Accurate Mapping of WiFi Infrastructure [NSDI'20]

LocAP is an autonomous system to physically map the environment and accurately locate the attributes of existing wireless infrastructure in the physical space down to the required stringent accuracy of 3 mm antenna separation and 3 degree deployment orientation median errors, whereas state-of-the-art algorithm reports 150 mm and 25 degree respectively.

Collaborators: Roshan Ayyalasomayajula, Aditya Arun, Chenfeng Wu, Shrivatsan Rajagopalan, Shreya Ganesaraman, Aravind Seetharaman, Dinesh Bharadia

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mmWave Blockage Analysis

We analyze the impact of blockage by static buildings, mobile blockers as well as self-blockage by the user's body. Our results indicate that the minimum density of BS required to satisfy the Quality of Service (QoS) requirements of Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communication (URLLC) applications is mainly driven by reliability and latency constraints, rather than coverage or capacity requirements.

Collaborators: Rajeev Kumar Prof. Shivendra Panwar

Papers: ITC 2018 and JSAC 2019

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Active Queue Management

We implemented 7 queue management schemes including ARED, CoDel, PIE, and SFQ on GENI testbed and analyzed their performances in residential settings.

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Fun Projects


Space Balls VR game

HackXR Hackathon UCSD (May 2019)

Space Balls is a VR game designed with unity where you can test your reflexes using audio and visual cues in a space-themed environment where balls attack you from all sides!

HackXR   Devpost link


ALO (Autonomous Library Organizer)

HackNYU Hackathon NYU (Feb 2018)

ALO is an autonomous robot which can self-navigate itself in a library whose map has been stored inside the robot. It can move around various shelves avoiding obstacles and organize books at their correct place.

HackNYU   Devpost link


No more Allowed!

Intel IoT Hackathon NYC (Dec 2016)

An IoT device that will help the Fire Department to detect if a public building or room has reached its occupant's limit.

Hackster link


Chameo (A colour sensing and production device)

Electronics Club IIT Kanpur (2014)

A platform which is balanced horizontally with the help of three motors, irrespective of the movement of the base at the bottom.

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Self Balancing Platform

Electronics Club IIT Kanpur (2013)

Fabricated a device which can sense and produce same colour using different proportion of CMYK ink and solvent.

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Work Experience

Summer Research Intern
Nokia Bell Labs, Murray Hills, NJ (May - Aug 2017)

Mentor: Ozge Kaya
Developed beam training algorithm for initial access in mmWave Network. It allows the users to connect to the mmWave access point faster than the traditional exhaustive search scheme using directional beams. The algorithm is robust to channel variations, blockages, and user's mobility.

MITACS Research Intern
University of Victoria, Canada (May - Jul 2015)

Mentor: Dr. Jianping Pan, Dept. of Computer Science
Studied state-of-the-art Rendezvous algorithms for Cognitive Radio Networks and obtained channel availability probability for cognitive users based on primary users location in a cellular model, which is used to evaluate the rendezvous performance in the practical conditions.

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